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Trusted Hip Replacement Surgery in Punjab:
Quality Care You Can Rely On

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Neelam Hospital, a  leading multispeciality hospital in Punjab, is renowned for its expertise in hip replacement surgery. Our team of experienced orthopedic surgeons, state-of-the-art facilities, and patient-centric approach ensure that you receive the highest quality care. Whether you are dealing with severe arthritis, hip fractures, or other debilitating hip conditions, Neelam Hospital is your trusted partner for hip replacement surgery.

Understanding Hip Replacement Surgery

Hip replacement surgery, also known as hip arthroplasty, involves replacing a damaged hip joint with a prosthetic implant. This procedure is highly effective in relieving pain, restoring mobility, and improving the quality of life for patients suffering from hip joint problems.

Arthroplasty vs Replacement: What's the Difference?

Arthroplasty is a general term for surgical procedures that restore the function of a joint. Hip replacement, or total hip arthroplasty, specifically refers to the surgical replacement of the hip joint. While arthroplasty can include other procedures like partial hip replacement or resurfacing, total hip arthroplasty is the most common and comprehensive form.

Types of Arthroplasty

There are several types of hip arthroplasty, each tailored to the specific needs of the patient:

  • Total Hip Arthroplasty: The entire hip joint is replaced with a prosthetic implant.
  • Partial Hip Replacement: Only the damaged part of the hip joint is replaced.
  • Hip Resurfacing: The damaged surface of the hip joint is capped with a smooth metal covering.

Who Needs Arthroplasty?

Arthroplasty is typically recommended for individuals suffering from severe joint pain and mobility issues that do not respond to conservative treatments. Common conditions that may require hip arthroplasty include osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, hip fractures, and avascular necrosis.

Symptoms Indicating the Need for Hip Replacement

Persistent hip pain: Continuous pain in the hip that does not subside with rest or medication.

Stiffness in the hip joint: Difficulty in moving the hip, especially after periods of inactivity.

Limited range of motion: Reduced ability to move the hip in its full range, affecting daily activities.

Difficulty walking: Trouble with walking or needing assistance due to hip discomfort.

Pain that persists even at rest: Hip pain that remains constant, even when lying down or sitting.

Inability to perform routine tasks: Struggling with everyday activities like bending, sitting, or climbing stairs due to hip issues.

Why Choose Neelam Hospital for Hip Replacement Surgery?

At Neelam Hospital, we prioritize patient safety and outcomes. Our comprehensive approach includes pre-surgical assessment, advanced surgical techniques, and post-operative rehabilitation to ensure the best possible results. Our orthopedic surgeons are highly skilled in performing various types of hip arthroplasty, utilizing the latest technology and minimally invasive techniques to enhance recovery and reduce complications.

The Hip Replacement Surgery Process

Pre-Surgical Assessment: A thorough evaluation to determine the best surgical approach for your condition.

Surgery: Performed under general or regional anesthesia, our surgeons replace the damaged hip joint with a prosthetic implant.

Recovery and Rehabilitation: Post-operative care includes physical therapy to help you regain strength and mobility.

Recovery and Rehabilitation

Recovery and rehabilitation are crucial components of a successful hip replacement surgery. At Neelam Hospital, we offer a comprehensive rehabilitation program tailored to each patient’s needs.

Immediate Postoperative Care

In the immediate postoperative period, our team ensures that you are comfortable and monitors your vital signs closely. Pain management, wound care, and early mobilization are key aspects of this phase.

Physical Therapy and Exercises

Physical exercise

Physical therapy begins soon after surgery and focuses on improving strength, flexibility, and range of motion. Our physiotherapists work with you to develop a personalized exercise plan that supports your recovery.

Long-Term Recovery Tips

Long-term recovery involves maintaining an active lifestyle, adhering to your exercise routine, and attending follow-up appointments. It is essential to avoid high-impact activities that could damage the new joint and to report any unusual pain or swelling to your doctor promptly.

Actionable Tips for a Successful Recovery

  • Follow Your Doctor’s Instructions: Adhere to the guidelines provided by your surgeon and rehabilitation team.
  • Stay Active: Engage in low-impact activities such as walking, swimming, and cycling to maintain joint health.
  • Maintain a Healthy Weight: Keeping your weight within a healthy range reduces stress on your hip joint.
  • Avoid High-Impact Sports: Activities such as running and jumping can damage your new hip joint.

Diagnosis of Bone FracturesBenefits of Hip Replacement Surgery

Hip replacement surgery offers numerous benefits, including:

  • Pain Relief: Significant reduction or complete elimination of hip pain.
  • Improved Mobility: Enhanced ability to perform daily activities and participate in physical activities.
  • Better Quality of Life: Increased independence and improved overall well-being.

Latest Advances in Hip Replacement Surgery Technology

At Neelam Hospital, we are committed to staying at the forefront of medical technology to provide the best care for our patients. Our surgeons utilize the latest advancements in hip replacement surgery, including minimally invasive techniques that reduce surgical trauma and enhance recovery. We also employ computer-assisted surgery for greater precision and accuracy, ensuring optimal implant placement. Additionally, customized implants tailored to each patient’s unique anatomy improve outcomes and longevity. These innovations collectively contribute to shorter recovery times, less postoperative pain, and significantly better overall results for our patients undergoing hip replacement surgery.

Arthroplasty vs Arthroscopy

While arthroplasty involves replacing or repairing a joint to restore its function, arthroscopy is a minimally invasive procedure used to diagnose and treat joint problems. Arthroscopy uses a small camera to visualize the inside of the joint, allowing surgeons to perform repairs through tiny incisions. This method often results in quicker recovery times and less pain compared to more invasive procedures like arthroplasty. For certain hip conditions, such as labral tears or femoroacetabular impingement (FAI), arthroscopy may be a suitable alternative to arthroplasty

Book an Appointment

If you or a loved one is experiencing symptoms indicating the need for hip replacement surgery, don’t wait to seek professional help. Contact Neelam Hospital today to book an appointment with our expert orthopedic surgeons. Our team is here to provide personalized care and guide you through every step of the treatment process, ensuring the best possible outcome for your hip health. Take the first step towards a pain-free, active life by scheduling your consultation now.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Arthroplasty is a surgical procedure that restores the function of a joint by resurfacing or replacing the joint with a prosthetic implant.

Arthroplasty is a general term for joint restoration procedures, while replacement refers specifically to replacing a joint with a prosthetic implant.

Arthroplasty can be performed as an open surgery or using minimally invasive techniques, depending on the patient’s condition and the surgeon’s approach.

Individuals with severe joint pain and mobility issues that do not respond to conservative treatments may need arthroplasty.

 Arthroplasty is highly successful, with most patients experiencing significant pain relief and improved joint function. Studies show a success rate of over 90% for hip replacement surgeries.


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